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Posted in "Iron Horse Thread"
May 21, 2013 at 4:087 hours
Ulysees mattwragg's article
May 21, 2013 at 4:057 hours
To The Point - Rake and Trail
I'd totally thought the index-tabs for setting a front thru-axle was the start, a cam-feature to bring in and out fork's trail. That was... 5 years ago!!! Proper addition to the tuning-factor of a bike however. Adjustable Headsets are a terrible product... let the neg-props begin!!!
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May 5, 2013 at 5:21May 5, 2013
Ulysees mikelevy's article
Apr 20, 2013 at 14:59Apr 20, 2013
First Look: Geax Goma Enduro Tire - Sea Otter 2013
Seems like a straight-up good tire. Call it a Belgian Waffle Tread, I'd still like that.
Ulysees mikekazimer's article
Apr 20, 2013 at 14:44Apr 20, 2013
Video Interview: GT Factory Racing and the New Fury
Having the 29-Inch question in downhill seems more to promote thoughtful discussion rather than rigidly setting body-proportions to that and this wheel. Any wheel will roll - I believe the majority Makers were satisfied stopping tests upon a new DH bike w/ 29" wheels. The one race there, on a Specialized... more amusing than a true forging-ahead of progression away from Trail Bikes of the past 25 Years. I believe that 27.5" wheel'd bikes will be awful common and an option for nearly any discipline. Not so much due to sheer rider size, but that the mechanical advantages of how the square of all things reacts upon it invites an altered skill set. One persons 'easier' can still be the other's 'lazy'... it's all good though. I'm looking for a Peace 9'R to build for trailwork/coffee runs, 27.5" may also do it though, w/o a poke to 29ers being poorly implemented.